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T-4 mount adapters for most common camera mounting types were available. The building at this location is still standing and has since been renovated. They are primarily of interest to collectors since the Bright Band family consists of similar lenses with a variety of functional and optical quality improvements. Similar in appearance to the T-4 family which was also manufactured by Tokina and marketed around the same time, these lenses usually have all-black metal design with longitudinal ridges on the focus ring. The buildings at these two location no longer exist, only a vacant lot remains as of Sakar International acquired the Vivitar brand and intellectual property on August 21,
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Sometimes the manufacturers used the equipment designs in ways they were not authorized to including: Listed in order of release date and ascending model number. This page has been vivicam 3750 77, times. If it is all black and has a textured rubber focus ring, it was likely marketed around the time of the TX family or later ca or later.
In vivicam 3750 to the chrome nose, the lenses have an unusual lens coating which gives the glass a distinctive blue tint. Howe was named president of Vivitar. In the late s Vivitar introduced self-contained, battery-powered vivicam 3750 lenses. A few models were still being sold after the switch to a unified serial number system, providing further confirmation of manufactures listed here.
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The corporate name was changed to Vivitar Corp. Lenses in this family were manufactured by Kino Precision. Other vivicam 3750 tended to rely solely on the manufacturer’s quality control measures. The Northridge earthquake  damaged Vivitar’s primary vivicam 3750 in the San Fernando Valley and caused the loss of vivica, stock.
All the Type 3 Vivicam 3750 mounts were made by Kino Precision. Marketed ca  . The T-4 family are lenses with interchangeable mounts. While the majority equipment bore the “Vivitar” name alone, several variants were also used over the years: A real estate slump in the late s forced Chase Group to vivicam 3750 several of its business.
The mm zoom came in 4 variants: Any information on these or similar all-metal, non-interchangeable mount Tokina-made Vivitars is appreciated. T-4 mount adapters for most common vivicam 3750 mounting types were available.
Other 1st generation TX lenses continued to be sold. With the exception of the Compact mm, which was new, these fixed-mount lenses are vivicam 3750 and upgraded versions of the vivicaam nose family hardware. This is said by some to be responsible for the final demise of the Vivitar Series 1 lenses, which vivicam 3750 already suffering a decline in sales due to Gestetner’s new focus on selling point-and-shoot cameras vivlcam Vivitar’s decision not to pursue auto-focus technology.
Most vivicam 3750 were unusual, original designs subcontracted to a variety of lens manufacturers. Lens mount type and manufacturer is listed vivciam known.
These lenses are uncommon today, with the Canon and Vivicam 3750 mounts bordering on rare. This family of lenses has only slight cosmetic differences from the T-4 lenses marketed by Vivicam 3750 at the same time, and which were made by the same manufacturer.
The lenses in this family were made by several different manufacturers.
The badge was used in the late s and was later replaced by the Vivitar Series 1 badge. Sakar International acquired the Vivitar brand and intellectual property on August 21, Betensky originated the idea of altering the air space between lens elements as the focus changed, resulting in close focusing capabilities that far exceed other lens designs vivicam 3750 the era.
These vivicam 3750 were introduced in the early s, likely in vivicam 3750 civicam advertising. The “computers” were merely early electronic desk calculators used by human lens designers as they made slight modifications to traditional lens designs. The company vivicam 3750 bought on November 21, by Syntax-Brillian Corporation.
Later they began selling rebranded gear under the Vivitar name and eventually began designing and, in a few cases, vivicaam their own Vivitar 37500. The company itself is gone now but the Vivitar brand was purchased and continues to be used for vivicam 3750 photographic gear.
These new high-quality lenses were badged as Vivitar Series 1 lenses. InConcord Camera Corpa manufacturer of pocket cameras, attempted to buy Vivitar from Gestetner PLC but was unable to finalize the vivicam 3750 when increasing financial losses prevented them from coming up with vivicam 3750 required cash in time. As an early adopter of outsource and branding techniques, Vivitar ran into early pitfalls.